Friday, June 10, 2016

Elizabeth Warren: I'm ready to be commander in chief - POLITICO

    Fiery attacks against Trump, a meeting this AM with Mrs. Clinton...and an assertion she is fit to be commander in chief....Seems Elizabeth Warren is increasingly full of herself.....
    Mrs.Clinton may want to be wary and go with the safe choice of Senator Tim Kean of Virginia.
    Seem's Pocahontas has an agenda and is trying too hard.
Elizabeth Warren: I'm ready to be commander in chief - POLITICO

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I went to the Wikipedia page for Warren only to find the liberals have scrubbed it clean of all her controversies. Not a single mention of her Indian heritage claims and the proof that she abused them.
http://elizabethwarrenwiki.org/

the Donald is not going to let this stuff slide.
http://elizabethwarrenwiki.org/

Anonymous said...

Great, a pretend injun pretending to be a woman pretending to be a leader, per se. I hope the world will be impressed with a lying sack of whatever in a headdress. Wonder where she plays golf. Are the rules the same for fake Indians as they are for real people?

Anonymous said...

That's what the Dannies do, they lie about facts. Media goes along with it. Yet another example of dishonesty. It's a Democrat's way of life. This is why golfers everywhere want Fox News silenced. They need their facts presented the old way, with bias and dishonesty.

Anonymous said...

Man, I miss Bush/Cheney. Wait, no I don't.

hermit thrush said...

good lord how dumb are 11:45 and 5:27? that's not warren's wikipedia page. the real one is here. and the kicker is that both very plainly address the controversy around her heritage (the first one quite extensively).

Anonymous said...

Golly Hermit, how dumb are you? I never said the link I provided was the Wikipedia link for Warren. The link I provided is a wiki started because the Wikipedia page for Warren has been scrubbed repeatedly by liberals. I provided the link so that you could see what the Wikipedia page should have included.

The Wikipedia page for Warren does not "very plainly address the controversy around her heritage." The only mention of it is in the section about what Trump has said about her. It never even mentions the word "controversy".

hermit thrush said...

again, 10:16, just ... yeah, you're caught red-handed. the word "controversy" is right in the part of the wikipedia article about warren's 2012 senate run, along with plenty of details.